SALEM, Ind. (WEHT) – Mourners still don’t know the boy’s name or where he came from, but today, a southern Indiana community paid its respects to the child found in a suitcase in the woods more than a month ago.

Donations helped fund a funeral in Salem, Indiana. And even though they didn’t know his real name, they chose one for him.

“For the sake of this funeral I’d like to give our little buddy a sinple name. And that name will be just for us to use here today. I think it will help us as we say goodbye and lay him to rest. This unknown angel has been adopted and beloved by Washington County, So Angel is what we will call him through the service today.” Said Todd Murphy, chaplain for the Washington County Sheriff’s Department.

The child was clean, clothed and appeared to be well cared for, according to Indiana State Police. No significant injuries were found on the child. An autopsy showed he died from an electrolyte imbalance. Investigators have checked a national database for missing children but have found no match.

Police have said the child’s body was discovered by a mushroom hunter in Washington County on April 16. Investigators believe the child was 5 years old, but they don’t know where he died. Police have created a special tip line for people to share information about the child, 1-888-437-6432.

The boy will now be buried in Crown Hill Cemetery.